The meeting is Thursday, February 5, at the Garden Club Building on the east end of the newly revamped Lorenzi Park property. The address is 800 Twin Lakes Drive, (used to have an address of 3333 W. Washington Ave.) The BUILDING DID NOT MOVE. The address simply changed. It is still at the corner of Twin Lakes Drive and Washington. The parking lot is entered from Twin Lakes Drive. Doors open at 6:30 PM; Board Members should be present no later than 6:30 PM. The open meeting begins at 7:00 PM. (While some snacks or beverages may be supplied, if it is convenient to bring something along to share, it's always nice. If possible, plan to help set up prior to and put away after the meeting.)
BRING SOME FRIENDS TO THIS: Our new VP, Stephenie with her helpers Pete and Victor, are putting together a year full of top notch speakers. (Eunice Thompson is going to be here, too, so we can likely catch up just a little with her, too.) PLEASE DON't MISS THIS 1st one of the 2015 SERIES.) THE PUBLIC MAY ALSO ATTEND. SEATING IS LIMITED! SIGN IN AS GUEST OR MEMBER REQUESTED.
About the Speaker
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We will attempt to have some plant material that he speaks of as well as some growing tips for them for the growers/collectors in the Las Vegas area. (Ariocarpus?)
Other Agenda Items:
March meeting outlook.
Microclimates: ANYONE GOT A FOG BANK IN THEIR YARD? Please consider submitting some of your favorite photos of your plants or garden spots.
Raffle/Auction: Consider cleaning out that plant rack, the pups from the garden, the plants you no longer want to "show" or otherwise maintain: DONATE THEM TO THE RAFFLE! or consider auctioning them off or donating them to the overall garden club in one of their fund raisers.
2015 Officers: Susan Kent, President; Stephanie Thomas, Vice President; VACANT, Treasurer; Secretary, Vicki Yuen. At large board members Pete Duncombe, Jay Nietling, Dick Askew. WE SEEK OTHERS! Volunteers for various activities still needed.